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The Final Assessment Report is a public document that provides a synthesis of the cyclical review process for each unit, as well as a plan for the implementation of recommendations that are prioritized through the review. Final Assessment Reports are authored by the relevant dean(s), in consultation with the associate vice-president: teaching and learning and the provost and vice-president: academic. Final Assessment Reports are reviewed and approved by the Program Review Sub-Committee and the Senate Academic Planning Committee, and submitted to Senate, the Board of Governors and the Quality Council for information.

In the years following their cyclical review, academic units submit an Annual Implementation Report, which provides updates on the implementation of recommendations prioritized in the Final Assessment Report. Annual Implementation Reports are authored by the academic unit, with comments from the dean(s) and the Program Review Sub-Committee. Annual Implementation Reports are approved by the Program Review Sub-Committee and the Senate Academic Planning Committee.

Final Assessment and Annual Implementation Reports

Final Assessment Reports and Annual Implementation Reports are posted alphabetically by faculty. For an accessible version of these reports, contact

Faculty of Arts

Ancient Studies


Archaeology and Heritage Studies

Communication Studies

Cultural Analysis and Social Theory (CAST)

Cultural Studies

English and Film Studies

Global Studies


Languages and Literatures

Medieval and Medievalism Studies

North American Studies


Political Science

Religion and Culture


Women and Gender Studies

Faculty of Education

Faculty of Social Work

School of International Policy and Governance

Sally Heath, Manager, Academic Program Development and Review

T: 519.884.0710 x4017


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